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Invisalign® at Thornbury Family Dental

Woman smiling showing straight teeth with Invisalign from Thornbury Family Dental in Thornbury
Unlike the latest fashion trends that come and go over the years, a beautifully aligned smile is always in style. There are many people who feel too self-conscious to smile due to crooked or gapped teeth, and don’t like the thought of wearing “conventional” metal braces. Well then, it’s time to say hello to Invisalign, the clear alternative!

How Does Invisalign Straighten Teeth?

Using a series of clear, BPA-free, plastic aligners, Invisalign gradually moves teeth into the desired position over time. Thanks to the virtually transparent aligners with in-built patented technology, this can straighten teeth and perfect smiles discreetly.

Customised Aligners for Excellent Results

Each patient gets a tailored treatment plan and is fully involved in the process. A Clincheck is created for every patient to digitally visualize the whole treatment sequence and project expected results, so people have a good idea of the final product even before the journey starts!

Invisalign clear aligners at Thornbury Family Dental in ThornburyA series of custom-created clear aligners will be crafted based on the patient’s treatment plan. We, as the providing dentists, will prescribe a new set of trays every 10-14 days. The trays will be required to be worn for 22 hours a day, best to only have them out-of-the-mouth to eat and carry out oral hygiene care.

Benefits of Invisalign and what makes it so special

  • Clincheck Software: individualized 3D digital model to provide visualization of the entire teeth-moving sequence and outcome
  • Is more comfortable and tolerable than conventional braces; with no brackets and wires
  • More control for the patient in terms of treatment outcome and timeframe
  • Allow better maintenance of teeth and overall oral health throughout treatment
  • Involves fewer visits to the dentist
  • Favourite foods can still be had!
  • Confidence – feel good about having straight teeth and a beautiful smile

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Invisalign cost?
Contact us to find out – it may not cost as much as you’d think – it definitely won’t hurt to ask with our free consult offer*! What we can definitely say, is that our patients will feel the quality and attention to detail that we provide, and that the cost is not a one-size-fits-all; it’ll depend on the number of aligners required amongst other things – so the less difficult the cases means that it’d cost less. So after the initial consultation, we will be able to give provide an accurate quote, so there would be no unexpected costs down the track.

Why should I choose Invisalign over conventional braces?
While traditional metal braces effectively straighten teeth, they can be uncomfortable, and they are fairly easy to spot. On the other hand, with Invisalign, one can achieve the dream smile without the world knowing what’s happening in the mouth.

How long will my treatment plan be?
As every person and situation is unique, the length of treatment will vary. The average treatment time, to give a rough idea, for Invisalign is 12-18 months. We will definitely inform our patients in regards to the expected duration to achieve results you’ll love.

Do you offer payment plans?
Yes! Payments are broken down into installments and paid over the period of treatment.

Details of payments breakdowns will be explained by us at the consultation appointment.

Book a Consultation Today!

Find out if you’re an ideal candidate for Invisalign by scheduling a FREE consultation* with one of our Thornbury dentists! We look forward to helping everyone achieve the smile of their dreams.
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*Conditions apply for free invisalign consultation: involving a brief clinical examination (does NOT constitute a comprehensive examination) and discussion to see whether you are an ideal candidate for Invisalign. All patients will be required to have a full comprehensive check- up prior to Invisalign treatment to identify, and have treated any active oral diseases especially ones that directly affect the outcomes of the Invisalign treatment.